About the The Enterprise Architecture Network community
The Enterprise Architecture Network is a Linkedin Group for Architects with roughly 197K members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
This is a group for people into Enterprise Architecture (CIO, CTO, Enterprise Architects, Business Architects, Information Architects, Application Architects, Technology Architects, IT Strategists, IT and Corporate Governance staffs
r/ArchitectsSubreddit specifically for the practice of Architecture.
ArchitectuulArchitectuul is a collaborative open data architecture publication. It was created in 2010 as an online community by a team of architects, graphic designers and software engineers. Architectuul shares outstanding building projects and promotes its creators – from the acclaimed to the forgotten, from the classics to the contemporary, from the beautiful to the bizarre. It is rapidly evolving into the most complete open database of architecture on the internet. Its database content is sourced by its community and curated by an editorial team. Architectuul has currently more than 10,000 active registered users and almost a million followers on social media.
ArchinectMission: The goal of Archinect is to make architecture more connected and open-minded, and bring together designers from around the world to introduce new ideas from all disciplines. Background: Archinect was initially developed in 1997 by Paul Petrunia. The site has since become a top online destination for progressive-design oriented students, architects, educators, and fans. The Team: Archinect's direction is driven by the staff and contributors, as pictured below. Archinect's member-based community system allows anyone to participate by registering and contributing. Please contact us if you would like to contribute. We're always open to new perspectives.
r/architectureA reddit community for students, professionals, and lovers of architecture. Has an affiliated discord server.
r/brutalismA friendly place to discover and appreciate brutalist buildings and architecture. Share photos, read articles, and discuss.